Invoking a WAM may cause Internet Explorer to crash on certain HP/Compaq Notebook and Tablet PCs
|Date:||27 February 2006|
|Product/Release:||LANSA for the Web - WAMs V11.0|
|Abstract:||HP Credential Manager for ProtectTools installs an Add-on for Internet Explorer that conflicts with certain Web pages|
|Submitted By:||LANSA Technical Support|
On some HP/Compaq notebook and tablet PCs where HP Credential Manager for ProtectTools is installed, invoking even the most simple WAM in Internet Explorer will cause IE to crash with the following screen:
The error report indicates that the problem occurred in jscript.dll:
The WAM runs correctly in the Preview Window of the XSL Editor and (within functional limits) in other browsers such as Mozilla Firefox.
The cause of this issue has been traced down to an add-on to Internet Explorer which is installed by HP Credential Manager for ProtectTools. This add-on is known to conflict with certain Web pages. There are reports of similar problems with Web servers such as Microsoft Sharepoint Portal Server
Disabling the HP Credential Manager add-on in Internet Explorer resolves the issue. To do this you can use the following steps:
- Start Internet Explorer
- Select Manage Add-ons from the Tools menu
- In the Manage Add-ons dialog, click on HP Credential Manager for ProtectTools and then click Disable. Confirm your selection if asked.
- You may need to close all instances of Internet Explorer and restart for the change to take effect.